On the menu today: the dangerous illusion of cheap money, cutting dividends is not the answer, home prices and inflation, and more.
The Capital Note
On the menu today: Robinhood files to go public, Bezos prepares to step down as Amazon CEO, and a public-relations firm with ties to the Clinton family unravels.
On the menu today: home prices, Starlink, Arizona’s flatter taxes, and antitrust.
A discussion on how Facebook beat regulators in court, House Republicans released a tech-regulation framework, commodities traders are cashing out, and more.
On the menu today: infrastructure, food inflation, pension plans and low yield, a little local difficulty for electric vehicles, and shrinkflation.
On the menu today: the Supreme Court rules against shareholders of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, investors anticipate a capital-gains hike, and more.
On the menu today: housing, stonks, nukes, doing business in China, and the memefication of markets.
On the menu today: the EU goes after Google, China clobbers crypto, and the hurdles to Bitcoin as digital gold.
On the menu today: weaponizing tax leaks, Olympic sponsorship (and its problems), the advertising that dreams are made of, Babe Ruth slices, and more.
On the menu today: the Fed’s surprising hawkishness, the FTC’s new trustbuster, the anti-Amazon industry, and more.